Pete proper noun 1. (nickname for Peter) I haven't seen Pete for weeks. I wonder what he's up do. Hace semanas que no veo a Perico. Me pregunto que estará haciendo. Pete [piːt]
(familiar form) Perico for Pete's sake! ¡por (el amor de) Dios!
is the present subjunctive form of
in the first person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation. See the full
intransitive verb 1. (colloquial) (to like) (Spain) No me peta salir esta noche. Estoy cansadísima. I don't feel like going out tonight. I'm exhausted. Saldría a cenar con vosotros, pero no me peta ver a tu hermano esta noche. I would go out to dinner with you guys, but I don't fancy seeing your brother tonight. petarse pronominal verb 2. (slang) (to be crowded) (Spain) Este bar se peta siempre los fines de semana. This bar is always packed on weekends. Compra pronto las entradas para este concierto porque seguro que se va a petar. You'd better buy the tickets for this concert soon because it'll surely be packed out. petar
no le peta trabajar en una oficina he's not into working in an office; ahora mismo no me peta I don't feel like it now
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